Start-ups are lucky: They can build new systems without taking account of existing ones. But, some day a successful start-up will become a company with a grown IT structure. On invitation of the COMPUTERWOCHE, IDG’s weekly IT magazine in Germany, modernisation experts from seven companies discussed which problems can be solved and how.
Dr. Daniela Schilling (CEO, Delta Software Technology) discussed in this round with representatives of Software AG, Deloitte Consulting, CA Germany, innoQ Germany, Capgemini and ConSol Software.
Read the complete online article from Karin Quack published in COMPUTERWOCHE from April 11, 2018:
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This article was published in German by Karin Quack in the COMPUTERWOCHE in Germany on April 11, 2018 under the title “IT-Legacy – angestaubt, aber wertvoll: Legacy-Modernisierung fordert IT-Manager heraus“ and translated into English by Delta Software Technology.
The original article, as well as further links, can be found here.
Computerwoche: IT Legacy – Dusty but valuable
Legacy modernisation challenges IT managers
[Daniela Schilling] Generators and domain specific languages (DSLs) accompanied by models are the central elements of model-driven development but paradoxically they themselves get developed by using the conventional methods instead of model-driven ones. As a result, the development of generators and DSLs is considered as a time-consuming and error-prone hermetism. In this article we present a solution which solves this paradox and significantly reduces development effort and complexity.
The article has been published in OBJEKTspektrum 06/2012.
HyperSenses - Integrated system for model driven development of DSLs and software generators
Spring is coming and the sun brings light into flats and houses. Dust and dirt being collected unrecognized during the dark reason now gets visible. Thus in many households the spring-cleaning is started. Why don’t you extend your spring-cleaning also to such that also your COBOL- and PL/I-applications? Such applications were built over many years or even decades. Within this time they were alive – they got maintained, extended, adapted to new requirements and therefore they grew. At many places dispensable ballast has been collected, program structures got changed, documentation is not available any more or not up to date. Maintaining and comprehending the application gets more and more complex.
AMELIO Logic Discovery extracts the implemented application logic from COBOL and PL/I applications and thereby helps to comprehend them. The discovery of the application logic is performed in three steps – inventory, code optimization and logic analysis. The inventory determines which elements – i.e. programs, interfaces and data structures as well as dependencies between them – build the application. Elements relevant to be maintained or needed to be comprehend get determined during the optimisation phase, e.g. dead code is detected, documented if applicable and removed. The information provided by the preceding steps is used by the logic analysis to gain models which are independent from programming languages as well as from programming paradigms. Thereby the application logic is extracted and comprehensible represented.
We combined the inventory and the dead code analysis and reduction in the CleanUp package of AMELIO Logic Discovery. This package is intended to re-document existing applications and particularly to recognize, document and remove dispensable ballast and thus to efficiently, dependably and automatically perform the spring-cleaning...
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